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It's a Bad Idea to Drink Beer in a Police Car if You're Underage

It didn't occur to Tasha Lee Cantrell of Florida that she shouldn't drink a beer while a police officer drove her home from her friend's DUI arrest:

The 19-year-old Floridian was riding in a car early Monday morning when the vehicle's driver was pulled over and arrested for DUI. As a tow truck arrived to remove her friend's car, a stranded Cantrell asked Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office Deputy Mitchell Landis for a ride home to her Fort Walton Beach residence. Landis agreed, but only after checking Cantrell's purse for any contraband, according to an offense report. While chauffeuring Cantrell, Landis heard the teenager "open a can of some sort" in the back of the cruiser. "As I looked at my in car video I observed Cantrell drinking out of an unknown can." Landis stopped his car and, upon further investigation, determined that Cantrell had popped open a can of Steel Reserve, a malt liquor known for its high alcohol content.

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wow this girl is an idiot and 211's are for wino's and bums. there gross. and one more time before i leave this is the stupidest girl of 2010 to be in a cop car. dumb braud
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Okay, that girl was stupid, but even more stupid is having a law that says adults can't drink beer. If even 18+ can't drink, the law just makes no sense at all.
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